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"Never Give Up" Little Super Hero Remembered by Huntington's Mortal Super Heroes; Rocker's Donation Designated for Boy's Headstone
Unconditional giving back to children suffering life threatening cancers motivates the Heroes 4 Higher collection of costumed heroes to not just visit the sick, but teach life lessons about bullying, faithfulness, unconditional love for each other and resiliency.
Demonstrating how "giving" goes full circle, John Buckland (a.k.a. Batman), sent Robin's cape worn by "angel" Tracy Dale Evans as a gift to the members of the "Today Show" for their coverage of the story. In turn, they autographed it, and sent it back suggesting it be auctioned to raise funds for the group. Buckland donated it to Tracy's mom at the service tonight. In addition, Motley Crue rocker, Nikki Sixx, donated $500 to the group. Buckland, in turn, gave the check to Tracy's mom designating it for his headstone.
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